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Reviews of Books Priced $18.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $18.99.

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Divided We Fall

by Leah Webster

The US splinters apart in "Divided We Fall", a dystopian political thriller about political divisions run amok. In Carl Berryman’s future-set dystopian political thriller "Divided We Fall", the United States is in the midst of another... Read More

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Paradise Sands

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Haunting and surreal, this fantasy tale for young readers follows four siblings on a melancholy trip to visit their ailing mother. On the way, they stop to gather flowers; they enter into a mysterious palace that threatens to hold them... Read More

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Mending the Moon

by Danielle Ballantyne

One night, the moon crashes to Earth, shattering into pieces across the mountain where Luna and Poppa live. With the help of the forest animals—and a few far-flung birds—Luna and Poppa repair the moon, leaving their mark before... Read More

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The Vermilion Emporium

by Jeana Jorgensen

The magic system of Jamie Pacton’s delightful, haunting fantasy novel "The Vermilion Emporium" pays tribute to the Radium Girls, who met tragic ends. Quinta is an orphan who fears she will never live up to her mother’s magical life.... Read More

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Ripple Grove

by Michelle Anne Schingler

A father, daughter, and dog pile into the car, headed for a woodland walk through a place of wonders and mythical beings. Once they’re on the trail, the father mentions Moomjean, one of the forest fairies, to his daughter, sparking a... Read More

Book Review

SumoPuppy

by Michelle Anne Schingler

SumoKitty is back with his wise pal Kuma, the grand champion at a sumo training center. Kuma has settled into a teaching position; older now, SumoKitty wishes to “catnap more and chase mice less.” But when a puppy, Chanko-chan, is... Read More

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Ezra Exposed

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In Amy E. Feldman’s middle grade novel "Ezra Exposed", a boy jockeys for popularity via Instagram likes and finds that the internet is a bit more complex, and dangerous, than he ever imagined. Finally in the double digits, Ezra is the... Read More

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